The volume of cube I is 331 m^3 less than the volume of cube II. If an edge of cube I is 10 meters, an edge of cube II is
A. 14 meters
B. 13 meters
C. 12 meters
D. 11 meters
math - Writeacher, Friday, August 15, 2014 at 9:53am
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